Main historical facts

Timeline created by hugosanz
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  • 476

    Start of middle age

    with the fall of the Byzantine Roman Empire
  • 800


    Birth, i put charlemagne beacose he has been of the best conqustators of the wrold
  • 1096

    First crusade

    First crusade
  • 1339

    Start of the renassience

  • 1440

    invention of the printing press

    invention of the printing press
    In the West, it would be in the year 1440 when the invention was finally attributed to the German Johannes Gutenberg, the so-called "Father of the Press" after a great controversy over disputing the glory of that title among Germans, Italians, French and Dutch.
  • 1492

    Finish of the middle ages

    Finish of the middle ages
    Cristobal colon has found America
  • William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes died

    In 1616 two great writers die: William Shakespeare and
    Miguel de Cervantes, creator of Don Quixote, icons of the Renaissance.
  • New flilosofic system

    René Descartes creates a new philosophical system and a new method of scientific research based on methodical doubt and the analysis of the parts: rationalism, by publishing the Discourse on the method in 1638.
  • France fights against the power of the nobility

    France fights against the power of the nobility, during the reign of Louis XIII (the frond) under Cardinal Richelieu and Mazarin. In the middle of the century, Louis XIV, the Sun King, who achieves royal absolutism comes to power. Build the Palace of Versailles in 1648.
  • Newton's discoveries

    Newton discovers gravity in 1678. Together with Leibnitz they invent calculus: the mathematical study of movement.
  • Finish of the renassience

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    The king pelayo

    This person is the roconquer of the Spanish peninsula
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    Black plague

    This plague had killed millons of people.
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    Garcillaso de la vega

    Garci Lasso de la Vega, más conocido como Garcilaso de la Vega, ​ fue un poeta y militar español del Siglo de Oro.
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    Galileo Galilei

    Galileo Galilei was an Italian astronomer, philosopher, engineer, mathematician and physicist, closely related to the scientific revolution. Eminent Renaissance man, he showed interest in almost all sciences and arts.
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